bySouthern Sociological Congress (1919 : Knoxville, Tenn.); McCulloch, James E. (James Edward), 1873-1939
Introductory note.-- The coming democracy.-- Community service.-- Public health.-- Child welfare.-- Race relations.-- Industrial progress.-- The church conserving life.-- Organization Topics: Sociology, Community centers, Public health, African Americans, Southern States -- Social conditions
byBeckwith, H. W. (Hiram Williams), 1833-1903; Public Archives of Canada; La Salle, Robert Cavelier, sieur de, 1643-1687; Aubry, Charles Philippe, d. 1770; Clark, George Rogers, 1752-1818
Introduction--1673. Of the first voyage made by Father Marquette toward New Mexico, and how the design was conceived.--1671-1678. French plans of conquest. La Salle's letters patent, etc.--1679-1680. Hennepin's narrative from his "La Louisiane" of 1683.--La Salle's voyage down the Mississippi. "The process verbal." Taking possession of all the country drained by that river for the King of France. La Salle's will, etc.--1678-1691. Henry De Tonty's memoir of 1693.--The Aubry... Topics: Clark's Expedition to the Illinois (1778-1779), Northwest, Old -- History Sources, Mississippi...
byShipman, Louis Evan, b. 1869; Herbert S. Stone & Company; Hazen, Frank, binding designer
Spec. Coll. copies 1-3 (with class no. NC973.9) are part of a collection (Collection 1607). To page these items, use the collection record; to find the collection record, search the title: Gullans-Espey Collection of Designer Bookbindings. Items are in box 12. Gray cloth, stamped in dark blue and green, with design of crown and shield; top edge gilt. Designed by Frank Hazen Topic: United States -- History Revolution, 1775-1783